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Acquire your Greek Dual
Citizenship.

Let our team get you your dual Greek citizenship through ancestry.

1. Let's get started. Are you eligible for Greek citizenship?
 
If a parent or grandparent is a registered citizen of Greece, you may be eligible!

2. How to get your Greek citizenship.
 
If you choose to continue after we have determined eligibility, our team will reach out with a few more questions via a 2nd form. After that is complete we will assign you with one of our Greek Citizenship Acquisition lawyers. Together will go over all necessary documents needed to formally apply with the Consulate General of Greece.
 

3. Can I get my Greek Passport?
 
An individual's registration in the records of a Greek Municipality constitutes the recognition of their Right to Citizenship by the Greek State, and, therefore, the Greek Passport!

4. What does it cost to get Greek citizenship?
 
Every case is different! You may have a case that is simple and straightforward, some cases may require more time and paperwork, which can increase the cost. This is determined in your consultation.

5. How to get started?
 
Book a consultation by filling out the 'Lets get started' form. This will assure you of two consultations. An initial one which reviews your form and gives you a second form to fill out, and then a second one via phone or video to sort out your case, detailing all the documents needed to formally apply for citizenship.

6. What costs come after the consultation? 

Our specialist will prepare your formal application and get a formal quote from the Consulate General of Greece which includes all fees. This price can range depending on the complexity of the case. 

Once that is submitted and paid, you just sit back and let us take care of everything! You just wait for your citizenship!

7. How long does the process take?

The entire process can range from as little as 10-12 months to 2 years, depending on what documents the Consulate will require and your location.

8. Ready to get started?
 
We can't wait to help you on your journey of becoming a Greek citizen! Get started today!

Consultations are currently on sale for $149 from $199.

*The consultation fee is non-refundable.
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Why use Greece Media?

Expert Knowledge: Leverage our deep understanding of Greek citizenship laws and procedures to navigate the complex process efficiently. Greece Media also has a team of experienced specialists and lawyers in the industry.
 

Personalized Assistance: Get tailored guidance suited to your unique situation, ensuring a smooth and personalized experience.
 

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Speak with us!: Have a question before committing to a consultation? You can send us a text message on WhatsApp at 857-352-4100 or send us an email here.

Why an initial payment?: The initial consultation fee gives you two separate consultations. One via email or phone, which will include a longer form to fill out, and a second consultation with an assigned lawyer either via phone or video where we will sit down and sort out your case and see what is needed. There is no time limit to this initial second consultation, so you don't have to feel rushed, and an additional payment is not required after the phone consultation.

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Can you get Greek Citizenship by descent?

FAQs

Yes.

Does Greece allow dual citizenships?

Yes. Nationality law of Greece is based on the principle of jus sanguinis. Greek citizenship may be acquired by descent or through naturalization. Greek law permits dual citizenship. A Greek national is a citizen of the European Union, and therefore entitled to the same rights as other EU citizens.

Is the Greek passport strong?

Yes. The Greek passport currently ranks on the 7th place according to the Guide Passport Ranking Index. It provides visa-free access to 187 countries. This makes it one of the most desirable passports in the world.

How long can I stay in Greece without being a citizen?

90 days within a 180-day period.

If you wish to stay in Greece for longer than 90 days within a 180-day period, you should apply for a visa at Greek Embassy or Greek Consulate prior to your arrival in Greece. Visas may be issued for property owners, students, employment, athletes, coaches, etc.

Can I become a Greek citizen without ancestry?

You can become a permanent resident in Greece with an investment in Greek property of €250,000. When you enter this program, you immediately get a permanent residence in Greece valid for five years. You can renew this permit every five years as long as you hold the investment.

Do I need to be a Greek citizen to get a Greek passport?

Only Greek citizens are entitled to apply for a Greek passport.

Can you become a Greek citizen through investment?

Yes. By purchasing a Golden Visa. You can become a permanent resident in Greece with an investment of €250,000 in Greek property. When you enter this program, you immediately get a permanent residence in Greece valid for five years. You can renew this permit every five years as long as you hold the investment.

What are some benefits of becoming a Greek citizen?

It allows you to visit 186 countries without a visa (as of 2021). It has all the benefits of a European Union passport, which means that you can travel, work and study as long as you like in most European countries. You can also vote in all EU-related elections. 

 

Also read: 5 Reasons You Need Your Greek Citizenship

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